New coupons for Griot brand products: Advance Auto Parts carries Griot’s Garage Speed Shine, one of the best cleansing solutions for your car possible. Known as the “5 minute detail,” for your car, Griot’s Speed Shine is easily applied to the hood, doors, roof, and even bumpers of the car. Using a microfiber cloth, the Speed Shine can be wiped over the car surface to achieve a bright luster that looks like your car has been waxed and buffed.
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Cleanliness is Godliness & coupons are heavenly
Removing dust and dirt and debris can be a fulfilling experience, and a way to bond with one’s car in an intimate way. Consider the people in your life that you would feel comfortable cleansing with a soapy solution and a towel… there are perhaps 1-3, including your baby car! Griot recommends that you use their thick, blue Micro Fiber Speed Shine Cloths for application on all paints, clear coats, chrome, wheels, and trim. If you don’t want to spend the extra money, a clean, light toweling will work well too.
Griot’s Garage Speed Shine does spray on with a misting type action, and the results are astounding. Whether you are getting ready for a night of cruising in Idaho, Montana, or Oklahoma, or just polishing up your hog for a long night’s ride down Route 66, this shine will confuse the lightning bugs as they aim to ride each other into reproductive bliss.
But I digress. Why should you purchase Speed Shine through Advance Auto Parts or AutoZone? Well, they provide this excellent video on the proper technique, directly link to the appropriate accessories including micro fiber towels, and offer a heavy discount using one of the many promotional codes and coupon codes for savings on your total order.
New coupons for Griot’s Speed Shine
Shine it up, and then shine up your wallet with one of our coupons for AdvanceAutoParts.com or discounts for AutoZone.com! (Maybe add some Rain-X, and shine and protect your windshield at the same time?)
PS – Does anyone know the proper pronunciation of “Griot?” I’m guessing it is best said with a French accent?- Please Share!